December 2014 Monthly Archive

News of Note Week of December 15th

John Calderazzo and SueEllen Campbell are in San Francisco this week attending the gigantic (over twenty thousand attendees) convention of AGU, the American Geophysical Union, as part of their work with ChangingClimates@CSU. John is running and participating in a session […]

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News of Note Week of December 8th

Several faculty members began the academic year with changes in rank or appointment. EJ Levy received tenure and promotion to associate professor and Ellen Brinks and Roze Hentschell were promoted to full professor. Sharon Grindle, Jenny Levin, and Dana Masden […]

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Faculty Profile: Sasha Steensen

Associate Professor Sasha Steensen teaches poetry workshops and literature courses. She is the author of House of Deer (Fence Books, 2014); The Method (Fence Books, 2008); A Magic Book, which won the Alberta duPont Bonsal Prize (Fence Books, 2004); Waters: […]

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Alumni Profile: Tim Mahoney

The end of the semester is typically a mix of relief, exhaustion, and joy. Students who have worked hard all semester are looking forward to a break and some rest, to celebrating the holidays with family and friends. It is […]

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News of Note Week of December 1st

Stephanie G’Schwind is pleased to announce that the Center for Literary Publishing’s grant request to the National Endowment for the Arts has been funded for 2015 in the amount of $15,000. The grant will go toward printing, mailing, and author […]

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Faculty Profile: Timothy Amidon

Tim Amidon is an assistant professor in English at Colorado State University where he teaches courses designed to explore the intersections between rhetoric, composing, and multimodal literacies. His research interests surround the intersections of digital rhetorics, working-class literacies, economies of […]

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